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Going against the coiling wind, I'm searching for a lost season
Vivid memories stir, though only a little, in the direction that I'm heading toward
How many cuts should I repeat?
How many fates should I accept?
Does it have an end?

You always seem to be running through my body, and overflowing
So I won't be scared tomorrow either
Because I always feel you in me.

My heart is moistened by your name, which flowed to my dry throat
How many cuts should I repeat?
How many fates should I accept?
Does it have an end?

If I could fly through the sky, like those far away birds
I'd always tell you that I love you
Because I always feel you in me.
You taught me how to love.
I feel. I can do anything.

I want to unfold the world that I paint in my dreams, before your eyes
So I won't be scared tomorrow either
My beloved season calls me.
Because I always feel you in me.



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    dearprincessSep 15, 2008 at 3:39 pm
    I love this song. Well doesn't everybody? I mean this song, it really speaks to my heart. This Hyde charater has got me wondering, if he is hurt deep down and is showing his feelings through song. I'm actually feeling it. The pain, it's unforgetable. I wish I knew what it was, but that's pushing the limit. I mean come on I'm only 16!:}

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